This is not the first time that Google has been disciplined by the FTC
Open letter: ‘America’s business landscape is scarred with numerous antitrust enforcement actions’
The US Federal Trade Commission has subpoenaed Apple in its antitrust probe on Google
Group looks for evidence of ‘quid pro quo’ in attorney’s dealings with Microsoft while at the FTC
FTC hacked by Anonymous - TheDC
Sites knocked offline in protest vs. international Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement
Six online marketers were accused of using fake news sites on the Internet to entice customers to buy acai berry
‘Facebook must get consent to share data in a way that is different from how the user originally agreed the data could be used’
‘Making the Internet safer and more secure requires vigilance and knowledge of how to protect ourselves’
Facebook sparks privacy concerns at FTC - The Hill
FTC Chairman Jon Leibowitz expressed shared concerns with lawmakers over how Facebook handles consumer privacy.
Groups say changes Facebook made last week give it far greater ability to disclose users’ personal information to businesses than it used to have
The wildly popular online storage system allegedly deceived users about the security and encryption of its services
FTC settlement comes after charges that Google used deceptive tactics that violated promises to customers with ill-fated Buzz social network
A Republican member of the FTC warns new alliances of health care providers could reduce competition and increase costs to consumers
‘I think people like this should be behind bars,’ Sen. Schumer said at a press conference with Rep. Jerrold Nadler
The death of Four Loko is another disturbing example of the growing power of the nanny state.
In the next few weeks, both the Federal Trade Commission and the Commerce Department are planning to release independent, and possibly conflicting, reports about online privacy
The Federal Trade Commission yesterday dropped its inquiry into the search giant’s global Wi-Fi eavesdropping campaign
Former House Majority Leader Dick Armey profiles Texas Congressman Joe Barton, who he says is the “real deal”: a conservative Reagan Republican.
Rep. Anthony Weiner introduced the bill after the FTC and the BBB received more than 100 complaints from consumers
Apple relaxes iPhone, iPad rules for developers